Series: Sciencious Medical Writing Conference
We have the key to starting a new life without cancer or tumors. We just have to get on the road and provide our weapons with modern techniques. Read the article that follows to see how we’re gonna do that.
Scientific and Practical Aspect(s)
- P53 protein
Cancer is a major cause of death worldwide, and nearly 10 million people died in 2020. This makes up roughly 1 in 6 deaths total. It is therefore interesting to devote research efforts to finding a rapid cure to this disease. The field show great promise, with new research involving European researchers has shown that elephants may have the key to the treatment of cancer in humans (British newspaper Independent.)
This research made it clear that the elephants do not develop cancer because they have a whopping 20 copies of an incredible, cancer-fighting gene; whereas humans only have one.
In the study of Fritz Fullrath, Oxford University, “The new study of this protein is surprising and somewhat complex.”
In humans, this protein is responsible for determining whether the cell must stop procreation or enter the path of programmed cell death, and one of the research efforts has highlighted the activation of this protein and the study of its properties and looking closer remotely than we are now looking at.
Now you know the importance and function of this protein in humans and how it could be the key to starting a new path to cancer treatment.
The Cyberknife system is a treatment system for cancer cells and tumours, as well as for non-cancer diseases in a radiological manner, and because human exposure to a lot of radiation has potentially negative effects on human life. Therefore, precision in radiotherapy is required. This system relies on the integration of technology with radiotherapy in the manufacture of Linar Accelerator robotics on those robots and their irradiation or high-energy photons and robots to ensure that radiation reaches cancer cells without affecting healthy cells.
The system should become more technological by linking it to a device such as a telephone, after providing the robot with characteristics that would help it to gather information about those cells and correctly describe them, which would help to make the system more accurate as well. When collecting information, it should send notices of that information to the device with which it was connected.
As for using the same system in other ways:
The discovery of Dr. Mustafa El-Sayed was combined with modern technology in having the robot carry nano-gold minutes and having the robot prove them on cancer cells. Among the characteristics of nano-minutes, they enter the cell quickly to its small size, then laserize them and burn those cells. The robots then come back to take the nano-gold minutes of the cells and dispose of them outside the body so that the nano-minutes would not affect the body.
- World Cancer Day
Without making people aware of all these efforts and the importance of rapid clinical trials to save the lives of millions of people, I propose that the International Day of Cancer Patients be invested in launching events, competitions and programmes interested in tumour science of all ages.
- Hologram rooms
Use rooms fully equipped with hologram in medical colleges to make the study more visible in the perception of the human body.
- Lectures and seminars
The work of seminars and awareness-raising lectures is also very important at the intellectual level for people and students. The message must be conveyed to them that victory comes as long as we are allies of these cells in the cancer war.
- Image: https://acibademinternational.com/technology/cyberknife/